Man uses scene from ‘The Office’ to save woman’s life

“The Office” is an outstanding television program. There are so many classic scenes and lines, most of them uttered by the socially-inept and incompetent but lovable boss Michael Scott.

One such scene from “The Office” recently came in handy in a life-or-death situation in Arizona. 

A 21-year-old mechanic came across a woman, locked in her car and who wasn’t breathing. After breaking into the vehicle and getting the woman out, Cross Scott, used some knowledge shared by “The Office” to save the woman’s life. 

Soon after Scott performed CPR, the woman began breathing and emergency medical personnel who later arrived on scene said the woman wouldn’t have survived if not for his quick-thinking actions.

In the memorable and hilarious scene, the CPR instructor tells the employees at the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin to perform the life-saving maneuver to the beat of The Bee Gees hit “Stayin’ Alive.”

Of course, Michael and the rest of the crew don’t exactly exceed with this task.

Check out the memorable scene below:

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